Results 1–20 of 891 for speaker:Judy Mallaber

Written Answers — Home Department: Departmental Internet (30 Mar 2010)

Judy Mallaber: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department what mechanisms he plans to put in place to monitor and ensure compliance with the requirement that any electronic service provider tendering for Government contracts should deploy the list compiled by the Internet Watch Foundation in order to block access to websites known to host images of child sex abuse.

Written Answers — Home Department: Departmental Internet (30 Mar 2010)

Judy Mallaber: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department when his Department's contract with Cable and Wireless for the provision of internet services expires; when he expects the tendering process for its replacement to begin; and what discussions he plans to have with (a) Cable and Wireless and (b) subsequent providers on access to sites identified with child abuse.

Written Answers — Home Department: Departmental Internet (29 Mar 2010)

Judy Mallaber: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department if he will request Cable & Wireless to use the Internet Watch Foundation list to block access to known child abuse websites from computers on departmental networks.

Written Answers — Home Department: Departmental Internet (29 Mar 2010)

Judy Mallaber: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department if he will advise ministerial colleagues on steps to take to ensure that access to known child abuse sites is not possible from computers on departmental networks.

Written Answers — Treasury: Government Departments: Cable and Wireless (29 Mar 2010)

Judy Mallaber: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer what the monetary value is of Government contracts with Cable & Wireless to supply internet services.

Business, Innovation and Skills: Topical Questions (4 Mar 2010)

Judy Mallaber: Some of my constituents work for the engineering company, Firth Rixson, in Darley Dale, one of only three plants in the world making rings for aeroplane jet engines. Will my right hon. Friend use his good offices to help resolve its dispute with Tory-controlled Derbyshire Dales council? It has put in place a noise abatement order that could close down the company, which has been there for 70...

Public Bodies (Procurement of Seafood): New Clause 8 — Reports on decarbonisation and CCS progress (24 Feb 2010)

Judy Mallaber: It would clearly be advantageous if, by developing that technology, we could then assist other countries. We would secure a larger reduction in emissions globally if we were able to do that. Will the Minister indicate how our timetable for creating the prototypes will fit in with our development and export of that technology, if successful, so that other countries might use it and lower their...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Child Migration (24 Feb 2010)

Judy Mallaber: My constituent, Pat Hewkin, who sadly died last year, lost her younger brother when she was six when child migrants were sent to Australia. I was honoured to be there when her brother came over for the first time and they were reconciled. I saw the joy, the sadness and the horror of their having to tell their stories, but it was absolutely wonderful to see how they were reconciled and able to...

Rental Accommodation (Thermal Insulation Standards): Schedule 5 — Repeals (23 Feb 2010)

Judy Mallaber: Promoting the principles of equality, tolerance and diversity is essential to a child's development and the prevention of bullying. How can my hon. Friend reassure me about the methods that we use to ensure that allowing a school to promote its faith will not contradict those principles, and will he agree to meet me and other concerned Members to discuss the Bill's implementation after it has...

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Conflict Resolution: Females (8 Feb 2010)

Judy Mallaber: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs how many full-time equivalent officials in his Department work on the (a) central coordination of activities on and (b) monitoring of the impact of activities undertaken pursuant to the National Action Plan on Women, Peace and Security.

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Police Grant Report (3 Feb 2010)

Judy Mallaber: Is my right hon. Friend aware that our chief constable in Derbyshire has in the past had to disavow newsletters put out by the Conservative party, because they included misleading crime statistics? Does my right hon. Friend also share my concern that the police feel that they are forced into such a position? They should not be put in such positions, because nobody should play around with...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Police Grant Report (3 Feb 2010)

Judy Mallaber: Derbyshire police have far more police officers and PCSOs than when I was elected in 1997, but we have continually argued that we should move more quickly towards where Derbyshire police should be compared with other authorities. They cannot do it too quickly because other authorities' budgets would be cut-that is the floors and ceilings argument. Is the Conservative party able to give me an...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Police Grant Report (3 Feb 2010)

Judy Mallaber: The hon. Gentleman invited me earlier to ask my question again when he reached this point in his speech. I am sure my constituents would be very interested to know how long it would take his party-if it unfortunately came to office-to restore the level of the grant funding formula that has been agreed, whether that could be done only at the expense of either other police services or some...

Public Bill Committee: Energy Bill: Clause 16 (19 Jan 2010)

Judy Mallaber: Is the point the hon. Gentleman is making, which might give a wrong impression, similar to saying there is five days’ supply of fresh milk in the shops? That might make people think we were going to run out of fresh milk in five days.

Public Bill Committee: Energy Bill: Clause 16 (19 Jan 2010)

Judy Mallaber: I have lots of memories of snow during my childhood. Would my hon. Friend care to note that, while it may be unusual in this decade, I remember house supplies being cut off on the Conservative party’s watch after it decided to close down the pits?

Written Answers — Olympics: London 2012: Legacy (18 Jan 2010)

Judy Mallaber: To ask the Minister for the Olympics what assessment she has made of the legacy to Amber Valley and the east midlands of hosting the London 2012 Olympics.

Public Bill Committee: Energy Bill: Clause 6 (12 Jan 2010)

Judy Mallaber: Is there anything in law to prevent a demonstration project for gas from taking place if it did not require the levy? How much would it cost to have a fifth project that involved gas with a levy?

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: Children, Schools and Families Bill (11 Jan 2010)

Judy Mallaber: This is my first chance in the Chamber to pay my tribute to my dear friend and colleague, David Taylor. As fellow east midlands MPs with similar constituencies and both active in our union group, Unison, I know of his humanity, his kindness, his ability to take the mickey, the way in which he put forward ideas and campaigned, and his commitment to public services and education. The subject of...

Public Bill Committee: Energy Bill (7 Jan 2010)

Judy Mallaber: May I seek clarity before we get to the Committee debate on one of the other issues that was raised in the evidence sessions on Tuesday? Green Alliance and WWF were very positive, saying that the Bill and the approach it sets out is a tremendous step forward, and they were very encouraging of the development. They also argued strongly that it should be complemented by emissions performance...

Public Bill Committee: Energy Bill (7 Jan 2010)

Judy Mallaber: What is the timetable for introducing that kind of provision? Would it not potentially be to the advantage of those engaged in an early stage in the technology? They would be ahead of the game in making sure they could meet whatever standards there were—and not just for coal-fired stations but across the board. I would have thought they would be the ones that would be most pleased to...


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